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Publisher Description

Thomas Jefferson beat out Aaron Burr in the 1800 presidential election after Alexander Hamilton cast the tie-breaking vote. Jefferson gave this address to a packed Senate chamber on March 4, 1801. He emphasized the United States as a single nation working together and avoided mentioning party politics. In this way, he departed from the speeches of his two predecessors and established a new formula for inaugural addresses that was used by many presidents who came after him.   

GENRE
History
NARRATOR
AB
Adriel Brandt
LENGTH
00:12
hr min
RELEASED
2018
May 13
PUBLISHER
Audio Sommelier
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
11.8
MB